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  • QuickLightning wrote:
    dunceface wrote:Oh Douchebaugh is high on Lockette??
    Just like he was high on Jenkins....yeah :roll:


    He drafted Jenkins? I think Kaepernick and Aldon Smith were Harbaugh's choices, the others came from Trent Baalke.

    Of course. Only the good decisions were his. The bad ones were someone else's. Typical Harbaugh.
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  • dunceface wrote:Oh Douchebaugh is high on Lockette??
    Just like he was high on Jenkins....yeah :roll:

    He's a blowhard that fluffs up all his players. 'Alex Smith is one of the best QBs in the league.' 'Crabtree has the best hands out of anyone Harblow has ever seen.' What else would we expect him to say? :roll:
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  • SE174 wrote:
    dunceface wrote:Oh Douchebaugh is high on Lockette??
    Just like he was high on Jenkins....yeah :roll:

    He's a blowhard that fluffs up all his players. 'Alex Smith is one of the best QBs in the league.' 'Crabtree has the best hands out of anyone Harblow has ever seen.' What else would we expect him to say? :roll:


    The statement regarding Crabtree is common knowledge throughout the league, and anybody who watches him play. The statement in regards to Alex...well that's a little more tricky. Alex was regarded as a bust since he was drafted 1st overall instead of Aaron. The fact though that as soon as Harbs stepped in and Alex looked like he suddenly awoke from a 6 year nap is more a credit of Harbaugh than Alex. Not to knock the kid, as he fell victim to possibly the worst scenario a QB can have through the years. But the fact that Harbaugh was able to make a "bust" suddenly worth a fortune in draft picks says a lot about how good a HC and evaluator of talent Harbaugh really is.
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  • NinerLifer wrote:
    SE174 wrote:
    dunceface wrote:Oh Douchebaugh is high on Lockette??
    Just like he was high on Jenkins....yeah :roll:

    He's a blowhard that fluffs up all his players. 'Alex Smith is one of the best QBs in the league.' 'Crabtree has the best hands out of anyone Harblow has ever seen.' What else would we expect him to say? :roll:


    The statement regarding Crabtree is common knowledge throughout the league, and anybody who watches him play. The statement in regards to Alex...well that's a little more tricky. Alex was regarded as a bust since he was drafted 1st overall instead of Aaron. The fact though that as soon as Harbs stepped in and Alex looked like he suddenly awoke from a 6 year nap is more a credit of Harbaugh than Alex. Not to knock the kid, as he fell victim to possibly the worst scenario a QB can have through the years. But the fact that Harbaugh was able to make a "bust" suddenly worth a fortune in draft picks says a lot about how good a HC and evaluator of talent Harbaugh really is.


    A fortune?
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  • Tech Worlds wrote:
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    SE174 wrote:He's a blowhard that fluffs up all his players. 'Alex Smith is one of the best QBs in the league.' 'Crabtree has the best hands out of anyone Harblow has ever seen.' What else would we expect him to say? :roll:


    The statement regarding Crabtree is common knowledge throughout the league, and anybody who watches him play. The statement in regards to Alex...well that's a little more tricky. Alex was regarded as a bust since he was drafted 1st overall instead of Aaron. The fact though that as soon as Harbs stepped in and Alex looked like he suddenly awoke from a 6 year nap is more a credit of Harbaugh than Alex. Not to knock the kid, as he fell victim to possibly the worst scenario a QB can have through the years. But the fact that Harbaugh was able to make a "bust" suddenly worth a fortune in draft picks says a lot about how good a HC and evaluator of talent Harbaugh really is.


    A fortune?


    A fortune compared to what we ever thought we would get for him that's for sure. Before Harbaugh came, we were all just looking forward to he day that he would be released. Never imagined he would be worth anything LOL.
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  • Harbaugh is high on somethin'...not sure it's Lockette though. :pimp:
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  • CALIHAWK1 wrote:
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    Would not surprise me if he does something this year.



    Like, run fast in a straight line?


    Randy Moss made a HOF career out of one route.


    To be fair Moss not only had the deep speed but the ability to pick the ball out of the air. Speed itself isn't enough - ask Troy Williamson, Ted Ginn, etc.
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  • I remember reading about this (H-douche high on Lock) when Sando first Tweeted it.
    I asked Doug Baldwin and got this response: "If he ever gets it, he could be one of the most dominant receivers in the league."
    Remember Real Rob dogging him out during an interview when Lock was acting like he'd already arrived? My guess is that he relied on his talent and really didn't understand how much work it takes to make it. Maybe a light finally came on.

    Baldwin and he are pretty tight. That's a good influence for him, but maybe not so good for us.
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  • Randy Moss made a HOF career out of one route.

    Oh sweet! Well, I have no argument then. If Randy can do it, anybody can.


    Mike Wallace is making a career out of that.
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  • WestcoastSteve wrote:
    CALIHAWK1 wrote:
    CurryStopstheRuns wrote:[quote="drdiags"]

    Would not surprise me if he does something this year.



    Like, run fast in a straight line?


    Randy Moss made a HOF career out of one route.


    To be fair Moss not only had the deep speed but the ability to pick the ball out of the air. Speed itself isn't enough - ask Troy Williamson, Ted Ginn, etc.[/quote]

    True but I didn't see Lockette drop many/any passes so.......
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  • NinerLifer wrote:
    SE174 wrote:
    dunceface wrote:Oh Douchebaugh is high on Lockette??
    Just like he was high on Jenkins....yeah :roll:

    He's a blowhard that fluffs up all his players. 'Alex Smith is one of the best QBs in the league.' 'Crabtree has the best hands out of anyone Harblow has ever seen.' What else would we expect him to say? :roll:


    The statement regarding Crabtree is common knowledge throughout the league, and anybody who watches him play.


    :187734:

    Harbaugh must not have seen very many WRs then, because there are a lot currently in the NFL who have better hands. Don't see Crab's name on this list... http://espn.go.com/blog/nfcsouth/post/_ ... in-the-nfl

    Last year notwithstanding, Fitz has the best hands in the league, IMO.
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